I'm worried I might be having an ectopic pregnancy?

Needs workup. First take a home pregnancy test from the pharmacy to test if you are pregnant. If positive then go to the doctor, urgent care. They can run serial hcg tests and perform a transvaginal ultrasound. Let us know what happens.
See OB. This can cause major problem if not taken care of promptly and you need to see your OB now or go to an ER.

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I'm worried about ectopic pregnancy with the Plan B step one. Is there a big chance of it happening?

10% vs 2% Check out http://www. Drugs. Com/pro/plan-b.Html: 2% of all pregnancies are ectopic. In those using progestin only contraception (such as plan b), up to 10% of pregnancies are ectopic but remember, chances of getting pregnant on any contraception are much less than if not taking birth control. However, fda doesn't feel emergency contraception increases risk: http://goo. Gl/l9gn9n.

Starting to get a little worried about achiness and pain in my left side, are theses symptoms of ectopic pregnancy?

Many possible. Pelvic/abdominal pain and vaginal bleeding are most common symptoms. These are rarely present with an early ectopic though, so if there's reason for concern about ectopic consult your doctor, do not rely on symptoms.

Is it possible to have symptoms of an ectopic pregnancy at two weeks? Vaginal bleeding two weeks before period, I"m worried.

No. No ectopic pregnancy is NOT possible especially if the previous period was normal. If the period was NOT normal then run a pregnancy test or see your GYN MD.

Starting to get a little worried now, are postivie hpt and left side pain symptoms of ectopic pregnancy?

Many possible. Pelvic/abdominal pain and vaginal bleeding are most common symptoms. These are rarely present with an early ectopic though, so if there's reason for concern about ectopic consult your doctor, do not rely on symptoms.

Had surgery for ectopic pregnancy now I only have my right tube doctor said I should be okay but can you still get pregnant with only tube worried?

Yes. If the other tube is absent or blocked: The subsequent delivery rate is about 45%The recurrent ectopic rate is about 20% (so about 30% of pregnancies are ectopics)The infertility rate is about 35%
You can still. You "can still get pregnant with only one tube " but you need to keep in mind that your fertility/fecundability is statistically reduced and if/when you do get pregnant your risk of having another ectopic pregnancy is increased. You will have to be cautious and consult a specialist in reproductive Endocrinology-Infertility as soon as you get pregnant again to "confirm viability and location".

My friend has an ectopic pregnancy and she doesn't want to go into the doctor should I be worried for her? My friend has an ectopic pregnancy and she doesn't want to go into the doctor because she is scared about what her parents would say. Is she in dang

An. An ectopic pregnancy is when a pregnancy is growing outside of the uterus. It can be a life-threatening condition. People realy die from this. I do not know how your friend was diagnosed with an ectopic pregnancy, but if she has one, she must see an ob/gyn. Her life may very well depend on it.
Yes, worry and take. Ectopic, if the diagnosis is correct, do not heal themselves. Rupture and death are possible if left alone. Parents will figure it out anyhow!

Is there a test to see if I'm having an ectopic pregnancy?

Ultrasound. First you need a urine or blood test to confirm you are pregnant. If you are pregnant and having pain in your pelvis, then an ultrasound will show whether the pregnancy is inside the uterus (where it should be), or in or near the ovary (where it shouldn't be). Ectopic pregnancies can be serious, so if you're having strong pelvic pain, see your ob/gyn right away!